The Massachusetts Home Inspector Standards of Practice (SOP) is unique from other States. Read the blog for insight on what makes a MA Home Inspection different from other States.
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In MA a home inspector is not liable for the accuracy of third party information. The home inspector is obligated to pass along third party information to their client. Here are some of the comments I have had to pass along. They told the home inspector... From the owner of a beautiful 7,000 sq...
Economic recession and lack of funds to maintain resources Another negative effect of an economic recession is the lack of funds to maintain resources. Technology may make this harder to observe for the casual consumer. A first time visit to a web page often has the assumption that this web pa...
Original Approved Plan New construction has many attractive characteristics, yet we all know that not everyone likes the same thing. Many of the original approved plans include unfinished areas. Some of these areas may be finished or remodeled to suit the taste of the buyer. Some areas requir...
During several home inspections in 2010, there was some type of discussion about repairs and lead paint between the home inspector and buyer client. On several occasions the seller's agent would interrupt and state the lead paint status of the house is unknown. While it maybe true that the selle...
Internet search engines provide home buyers with lists of many results, so many that all the results will never be viewed. The trouble is that the result list is often not relevant to the search criteria, yet crucial for advertising business. Specify your wants ( " ") Include quotation marks aro...